The Madison County Sheriff Honored Twice

Madison County Sheriff John Mehr was pleasantly surprised to win the Tennessee Highway Safety Office “Directors Award” in Murfreesboro Sept. 6th. The noon luncheon before several hundred in attendance was for his exceptional efforts in saving lives across Tennessee roadways. Pictured left to right, Madison Co, Sgt. Richard King, Sheriff John Mehr, Department of Safety Law Enforcement Administrator, Brenda Jones and Madison County Lt. Joe Gill.

At the annual awards banquet for NAMI (National Alliance on Mental illness) held in Nashville September 27, Sheriff Mehr was presented the 2018 Cochran Criminal Justice Award. Kim Parker, Director of Inpatient & Crisis Services for Pathways Behavioral Health Service, who nominated him, is seen pictured with the Sheriff at the ceremony.

“In thanks for your support of NAMI and your tireless dedication to justice for people with mental illness”. The Sheriff humbly accepted both while expressing thanks, for the men and women who serve the Madison County Sheriff’s office.

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